Monthly Archives: January 2018
Getting Out of the Student Financial Mindset
How do you decide what things are worth your money?
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Toxic Relationships: What I’ve Learned from Television
Ever had that feeling when you’ve dated someone, you break up, and you just go, ‘What was I thinking?!’
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What’s on Netflix? Dark New Shows (Part Two)
Wrapping up our look into the darker side of Netflix, I give episode one of The Punisher a watch.
Breakfast Smoothies and Juices
My mother just bought me a magic mixer. It has the ability to mash kidney beans, dice onions, and grate carrots. It’s an early Christmas gift, and the best thing that I own. After receiving such an utterly useful present, I’ve been inspired to start making smoothies and juices for breakfast. The thing is, I […]
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Why Treat Eating as a Moral Act?
Advertising campaigns have done a real number on the way we think about summer in Australia. Apparently, we’re all meant to be youthful, tall, tan, and thin. Better have that bikini body ready! This quintessentially Aussie summer (at least, as represented by marketing) comes with all kinds of pressure: eat clean food! Eat the right […]
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Living with Your Partner: Romance
There’s nothing more romantic than arguing about the dishes.
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Living with Your Partner: Household Disputes
It’s hard to confront a housemate who isn’t pulling their weight around the house. It can be even harder, sometimes, to confront them when that housemate is your partner.
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The Joy of Bubble Baths
I’ve mentioned baths a few times before as something to do to relieve stress, indulge, and just take care of yourself. It’s no secret that I’m a big advocate of a bubble bath. So, I thought it was about time that I dedicate a post to the foamy goodness of bubbles and the lavish relaxation […]
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Cycling to Uni… Maybe…
Hey y’all, it’s your resident scaredy-cat Lib here, and I don’t cycle to uni. I can be a little bit of a wimp at times, but I think that in this situation, it’s justified. Cycling on the roads is a very scary thing! Humans on bikes are vulnerable in comparison to cars and buses and […]
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You’re more Employable than You Think
Way back in August, I wrote about reasons to track your volunteering hours. Today, I want to talk a little about reframing your personal skills and experiences to give you an advantage.
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